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News published 2021


Millions paid out to businesses in support grants – and more urged to apply

Grants Update

Cllr Ollie Pearson, Lead Councillor for City Centre and Corporate Services, said the Council has been fully committed to supporting businesses through the most challenging times.

Published: 18 February 2021


New Trade & Exchange project set to bring Exeter city centre alive

Two Devon-based artists are producing new and exciting temporary works of art that will be displayed in two empty retail units in Exeter this Spring.

Published: 18 February 2021


New flytipping warning after large pile of rubbish dumped at beautyspot

A significant amount of rubbish including a mattress, bed, sofa and broken chairs was dumped near a wooded area in Barley Lane, St Thomas, on Tuesday afternoon.

Published: 17 February 2021


Why 'placemaking' is vital to the future growth of Exeter

Project Director, Richard Marsh gives his thoughts on placemaking and why it’s important in bringing to life the Liveable Exeter vision.

Published: 16 February 2021


Temporary changes introduced to the road layout in Exeter's Queen Street

Queen Street Traffic Calming

The scheme is supporting efforts to encourage safe walking and cycling during the coronavirus pandemic as part of the Government’s Active Travel Fund initiative.

Published: 16 February 2021


Exeter joins UK network dedicated to increasing future prosperity

Exeter has joined a national network which champions UK cities to increase future prosperity.

Published: 15 February 2021


Housing Needs Newsletter - February 2021

Housing Needs

The Housing Solutions service remains open to offer help and support. You can contact us at any time using our online services, or by telephone or email during our office opening hours.

Published: 12 February 2021


Consumers called on to cut carbon footprint by reducing clothing purchases

Reducing clothing purchases

Climate conscious Devon residents are being urged to reduce their carbon footprint by cutting down on the clothes they buy and instead get the most out of what they have.

Published: 12 February 2021


Park users get creative to celebrate community cafe

Parklife Heavitree

Children in Exeter are being asked to get creative and help decorate safety hoardings going up around a new community café being built in a popular park.

Published: 12 February 2021


Carbon reducing multi-million pound heating network backed

Energy efficient district heating network

Plans for a new carbon emission-reducing, energy efficient district heating network have been unveiled which will support efforts to tackle climate change by cutting emissions from a new housing development by up to 70 per cent.

Published: 12 February 2021